Task 8: Arranging Windows on the Desktop



With multiple windows on the desktop, right-click a blank area of the taskbar.


Click the arrangement you want.


Windows arranges the windows; here they are tiled vertically.


As you work, you will often have several windows open on the desktop at one time. The windows probably overlap each other, which can make it difficult to find what you want. To make your work easier and more efficient, Windows enables you to arrange the windows on the desktop in several different ways.


Right-Click a Blank Part

When choosing a window arrangement, be sure to right-click a blank area of the taskbar, not a button.


Undo the arrangement by right-clicking and choosing Undo.


Select a Window

To work in any of the open windows, click the desired window to make it active. The active window moves to the front of the stack, and its title bar changes to a brighter color.